The CTOvision.com assessment of the Oracle Acquisition of Sun: This is positive for the enterprise IT across the board, but the biggest determinate of what it means for your enterprise is what decisions you make now. If you are an enterprise CTO, the ball is in your court. The following provides a bit more context. […]
The clip below is Larry Ellison giving some context on the Oracle Acquisition of Sun. His mantra: complete, integrated, focused on business value for customers. I have more context and opinions coming in a follow-on post.
Windows 7 is really different. It has more functionality, a better interface, and, if you keep it configured/managed, much better security than previous Microsoft operating systems. Here is another fact about Windows 7: It is coming to your enterprise, sooner or later. And, since its functionality/features/security are an improvement over XP and older systems and […]
2010 will undoubtedly be a year of technology. In 2009, Twitter revolutionized the way we get news, it brought us closer to those who were a part of the news, almost making traditional media irrelevant. I don’t know who (or what) will be the Twitter of 2010, but below are a few predictions for the […]
Software designed by open source standards has security built in and has been found to be fielded with far fewer faults per unit of code than proprietary development houses. There are many reasons for this. This factor is especially true when the open source code is commercially supported. For example, Linux, which has the strength […]
Today, we are experiencing a digital revolution, you can take with you (and make calls with via the iPhone) all the media you desire in your life. Yet, it is still stuck in that woefully inadequate 360p, or 480p (less than standard definition!). For all you HD snobs out there (myself included), NVIDIA’s Tegra processor […]